[PythonCE] launch external application from pythonCE

Isr Gish isrgish at fastem.com
Sun Jan 16 07:31:22 CET 2005

There is a module osce.py floating around that emulates the system functions. 
It was created by Telion.

All the best,

-----Original Message-----
   >From: "Brad Clements"<bkc at murkworks.com>
   >Sent: 1/14/05 10:02:16 AM
   >To: "Geir Egeland"<geir.egeland at gmail.com>, "pythonce at python.org"<pythonce at python.org>
   >Subject: Re: [PythonCE] launch external application from pythonCE
     >On 14 Jan 2005 at 13:25, Geir Egeland wrote:
   >> So, this doesn't seem to work...
   >> Doing a help(os) does not show the 'system' command under available 
   >> functions.
   >> Any other suggestions?
   >I don't think system exists on windows CE.
   >Hmm, even the 4.20 .NET reference doesn't show _exec or _spawn as being 
   >supported in libc.
   >You'll have to use CreateProcess()  from win32api  I suppose.
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